Western Governors University
The Recruiting Supervisor is responsible for managing a small team of Recruiters. They will be responsible for the development of their team by developing strong Recruiters and increase the value added by the team members. This person will work closely with the leadership for all the client groups they manage to ensure recruiting goals and objectives are met as driven by the university and overall growth. The Recruiting Supervisor ensures professional and productive relationships exist with external employment contacts and agencies. Additionally, the Supervisor supports the development of the recruitment process and the implementation of innovations.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manages and develops a team of Recruiters that includes: Conducts regular one-on-one development conversations with each team member
Coordinates and leads team meetings
Achieves recruiting results through inspiring, developing, motivating and recognizing team members
Addresses performance gaps and behavioral concerns on a timely basis
Provides ongoing developmental feedback and writes annual performance reviews
Manages and measures work loads by assigning and coordinating team resources.
Helps design and maintain the recruitment process in the areas of Mentoring for specific colleges
Identifies, develops, and implements training programs as appropriate for team
Collaborates with the People and Talent Business Partners on meeting hiring needs and understanding talent gaps
Provides leadership through effective goal setting, delegation, and communication.
Completes ad hoc projects as assigned.
Ensures recruiting plans, strategies, and polices are consistent with established university-wide goals
Develops and maintains strong working relationships with senior management, department heads and hiring managers to create a successful partnership with predictable results and credibility
Researches new products, technologies, and systems to support effective and innovative recruiting and onboarding practices
Follows trends in the marketplace and determines sourcing and talent acquisition strategies to help grow at an aggressive pace.
Must be a hands-on working Supervisor; carrying his/her own requisition load.
Leverages metrics to monitor and enhance the team’s performance
Assures compliance with all regulatory/legal requirements and university policies
Influences others and communicates effectively – Communicates to improve and promote teamwork, decision making and problem-solving
Collaboration – Works cooperatively with others across the organization to achieve shared objectives
Manages ambiguity – Deals comfortably with the uncertainty of change
Being resilient – Is confident under pressure
Drive for results – Strong outcomes-based orientation
Builds effective teams – Forms teams with appropriate and diverse mix of styles, perspectives, and experiences
Organizational learning – Learns quickly when facing new situations
Excellent understanding of recruiting and staffing processes and strategies and all related legal regulations;
Knowledge of Western Governors University processes and culture
Some college preferred
3-5 years of full-cycle recruiting experience required that includes, req. management, candidate experience, sourcing and hiring
Sr Recruiter experience required
Experience with high-volume recruiting preferred
Proven track record of establishing, fostering and maintaining stakeholder relationships
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Western Governors University
Website : http://www.wgu.edu
As a competency-based, student-focused, online, nonprofit university, we do things a bit differently at WGU. From the bottom up, we're designed with students in mind—particularly, the busy, working, adult student who wants to earn a bachelor's or master's degree but for whom a traditional university education simply won't do.WGU has been different since the very beginning. We were designed in 1995 by 19 U.S. governors whose driving goal was to break the mold of traditional higher education and come out on the other side with something new, something innovative: something that harnesses technology to teach in new ways, focuses on measuring learning rather than time, and provides more Americans the opportunity to build their careers and better their lives by finally finishing that bachelor's or master's degree they need to achieve their goals.